Fundamentos Web 2007 Fundamentos Web 2007

October 3-5, Gijón - Asturias - Spain

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Promoted by
  • e-Asturias 2007, Principality of Asturias Government
Sponsored by
  • Ayuntamiento de Gijón - gijon.info
  • Opera Software
  • Mozilla
  • Microsoft
Collaborators
  • elmundo.es
  • PC (Personal Computing) Actual
Contest sponsored by
  • Bus Soluciones Informáticas - Apple Premium Reseller
Organized by
  • W3C España
  • Fundación CTIC

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Thursday, 4th October

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Time Event Speaker Material
10:00 - 10:45
Designing for and with Community
  • The Web is not about static websites anymore - Web 2.0 is full of sites where people are engaging, collaborating, sharing and mashing in entirely new ways. Such constant activity requires close collaboration of both back- and front-end developers to build robust scalable systems. George Oates, lead designer of Flickr, will discuss how a Web 2.0 environment needs to be designed with activity and community in mind. She will also discuss how Flickr was designed to enable interaction and control within its community as well as for interoperability with other applications.
George Oates (Flickr) slides audio
10:45 - 11:00 Break
11:00 - 11:45
Social Network Portability
  • Why is it that every single social network community site makes you re-enter all your personal profile info (name, email, birthday, URL etc.) and re-add all your friends? With new social networks being launched nearly every week, the problem of "social network fatigue" has gone from being a geeky early adopter problem to being much more widespread.
  • This talk will discuss the problems, the goals of social network portability, and what latest open data formats, techniques, recipes and open source that sites are using to connect to the open social web.
Tantek Çelik (Tantek.com) slides audio
11:45 - 12:15 Coffee Break
12:15 - 13:00
The W3C work on policy languages
  • Already very early in the development of the Web, W3C addressed policy issues. PICS was the first initiative to deal with illegal and harmful content. P3P followed addressing the privacy issues and the tracking of users on the Web. W3C did a workshop on DRM and the web in 2001 and followed the development of that issue since then. To get more insight on the privacy challenge on the web and to find out about new ways for solutions, W3C participated in research activities in Europe and the US. The talk will report from those activities from the PRIME IST project and from the Policy Aware Web project. Both activities lead to a workshop on privacy in October 2006. Outcome and perspective of this workshop will present the auditorium with an outlook of developments of the near and not-so-near future.
Rigo Wenning (W3C) slides audio
13:00 - 13:15 Break
13:15 - 14:00
Joost Widgets: a Platform for social television
  • This talk will introduce the Joost Widgets platform. Joost is a new way of watching TV on the internet, blending the best of television with the best of the Internet. Joost Widgets are one of the key areas where our viewers experience this mix: built from simple, powerful, and standardized Web technologies, Widgets are independently developed software components that run in the Joost client, and can be used to provide fun, games, facts, and community features alongside television content. A widget can be as simple as a Web page, or as complex as any traditional application - unlike traditional Web pages and software applications, it lives inside your television. The talk will explain how the Joost TV experience can be extended by anyone familiar with core Web standards such as CSS, DOM, XML and Javascript, showing how Widgets can be used to make TV a more social and engaging experience.
Dan Brickley (Joost)
14:00 - 16:00 Lunch
16:00 - 18:00
Panel
Collaborative spaces: interacting in the web
(Online interview to Tim Berners-Lee (W3C))
  • Since the Web was created in 1991 by Tim Berners-Lee the way people do business, entertain themselves, exchange ideas, and socialize with one another has changed dramatically. New web applications, online businesses and communities appears every day, changing the way we interact, inviting us to participate and share. But, how this new generation of web applications is designed? Why are they so successful among users? The goal of this panel will be to understand the impact of these new applications on the users and the society. Looking at the whole society and thinking about the exponential growth of the web, makes difficult to know how will be the future Web but panellist will talk about it, sharing ideas and opinions from their experience.
Chair
Fernando Claver (PC Actual)
Speakers
Dan Brickley (Joost)
Tantek Çelik (Tantek.com)
Hannah Donovan (Last.fm)
Eduardo Manchón (Panoramio)
Ismael Nafría (Prisacom)
George Oates (Flickr)
Rigo Wenning (W3C)
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